Published: March 25, 2020
James Langford discusses IEEE 802 routing from a non technical perspective

This week, IEEE 802 is celebrating it's 40th anniversary! The organization focuses on developing Ethernet and Wi-Fi standards for local, metropolitan and other area networks using an open, consensus-driven development process and advocating for the standards on a global basis. Thousands of innovators' leadership and participation in IEEE 802 working groups have paved the way for technological connectivity in how people live, work and communicate. To celebrate the anniversary, experts, including TCP adjunct professor James Lansford, broke down what exactly IEEE 802 routing does in our daily lives from a non-technical perspective. You can learn more and watch the videos on the IEEE Standards Association website.